Arkansas' offense gets all of the attention, and deservedly so, after the Razorbacks scored 103 points combined in their first two games. But, Troy is equally concerned with the Hogs defense, as the team prepares to visit Fayetteville this weekend.
Arkansas has allowed just 10 points in two games. Opponents are averaging just 230 yards per game, with almost none of that coming on the ground.
So, Troy knows it will have to operate at a high level to crack the Arkansas D on Saturday.
"We'll study them, and we've got two games and a lot of games from last year. We'll study them and see if there's anything that looks like an opportunity, then try to execute it at a high rate of speed."
Arkansas will host Troy at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday night on CSS.